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CHAPTER XXXVIII. THE FLOOD FUGITIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 December 1914

CHAPTER XXXVIII. THE FLOOD FUGITIVES. The crisis was alarmingly near. It seemed to Dugdale as though his whole body were composed of nerves, and each of them on end, guch was the fearful strain. Any one of a dozen things might occur to render their flight hopeless ; but what he feared in all probabi lity more than anything else was the chance of her horse stumbling. His arm was ever ready in the hope that should such a thing actually come to pass he might yet be able to snatch the Princess from her saddle ere she were lost. Splashing along, now almost to their knees in the gathering waters, the horses pushed on, as if by some intuition they recognised the danger of their position, and that it was ut terly impossible to turn back and live. No matter what lay in front, they must go on. Dugdale looked about him, too. He desired to ascertain what chance there might be of climbing the face of the rock, out of the flood's greedy reach, in case matters reached such a •desperate pass that t...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BEAUFORT ATHLETIC CLUB. BOXING DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 December 1914

i BEAUFORT ATHLETIC CLUB. BOXING DAY SPORTS. The Beaufort Athletic Club provides " J a splendid programme of sports for Box - i ing Day (Saturday) in the Park, and l ! given fine weather, there should-be a ; J large attendance. A first-class lot_ of pedestrians are competing, including j Devine (a Stawell Gift winner). The ! bicycle races should provide some close j finishes ; whilst the wood-chopping events will as usual prove a great at traction. At night a biograph show, on similar lines to last year's, will be given, i in conjunction with the Beaufort Picture Co., in the Societies' Hall. A specially good entertainment is assured, and as the local Picture Co. has earned a good reputation, the public may look forward to this show with the utmost confidence, and expect a rare treat. The latest moving pictures will be procured, and as the Company has a fine electric light plant and an expert operator, the suc cess of the entertainment is certain. The day's sports give every promise ...

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BEAUFORT A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 December 1914

BEAiiBmTA.N.A. There were eight members present at the fortnightly meeting of the Beau fort branch A.N.A. on Tuesday even ing, Mr J. B. Prentice (president) occupying- the chair. From A.N.A. feto committee, forwarding invitation to president or vice-president for annual dinner. The General Secretary, wrote pointing out that as a trace bad been declared between the British Medical Association and Friendly Societies until the close of the war, nothing could be done m the way of making any alterations in regard to doctors' agree ments. Their members may be in an unfortunate position, but the branch was not liable for any doctor's accounts. The trouble was that different circum stances prevail in dilferent districts,' and it had not been possible to get a uniform agreement with the doctors, but as they knew the B.M.A. had sub mitted a form of agreement which it Is supposed will be adopted by the doctors throughout the State, when it has been finally adopted_ by the B.M.A. and Friendly S...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) UNDER THE BAN OF THE CZAR, OR, THE WINNING OF ISOLDE. PART 12. CHAPTER XXXVII. THUNDERBOLTS FORGED BY JOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 December 1914

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) ——r— OR, THE WIFJFJJfJG" OF fSOLDE; .A. 8y St. George Rathborne, Author oi "Omar Kassam," etc. PART 12. CHAPTER XXXVII. THUNDERBOLTS FORGED BY JOVE. This new trouble, coming bo unex pectedly and with such utterly over whelming force, was quite enough to paralyze an ordinary man. Had everything depended on Vladi mir, then was the end of their rope reached. Fortunate Dugdale was keener of wit, and better able to grasp the horns of a dilemma. "The horses are gone, little mas ter. All is lost ! We must stand and meet the worst," was what the big Cossack cried, in sore dismay. Even while he was yet giving ut terance to this despairing wail, Dug dale saw a sudden gleam of hope in the darkness. How eagerly he snatch ed at it proved their desperate state. "You said three trees. Are you sure, Vladimir ?" he shouted. "Yes, three." "But see, here are four. It is a mistake, and this is not the place." Then the Cossack burst into a shout as his flagging energies revived. "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 December 1914

Iseemhh! $ dm isassaaf fa W THE BEST IN THE WORLD TERRIBLE HEADACHES. "I am a bootmaker," writes Mr Frederick Miller, Great King Street, North Dimcdin, N.Z., "and for raanv years suffered frona terrible head aches and irregularity of the bowels due to my sedentary life-. After tak ing one box of Chamberlain's Tablets I was greatly benefited and they soon restored me to regular health. Upon the slightest symptoms of con stipation I take two or three tab lets which always set me right." Sold by J. R. Wotlierspoon and Co. The children of Middle Creek had I their annual Xmas. tree in the hall on Friday, 18th inst. The building was crowded with both young: andj old. j Over 100 lots of toys were hapded out by Father Xmas. to the little ones. After the departure of Father Xmas., j Mr Dunn, chairman of the school'com-i mittee, handed the certificates to the successful scholars at the recent exami nation for qualifying certificate—Jack Kelly, Roy Waldron, Belle Miles, and Katie Fitzpatrick. ...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 December 1914

-.MINING'NEWS. J ' _— I Mr A. W. Moore, manager of th( 1 Beaufort Deep Leads, reports South teast reef drive extended to 350ft. A1 1322ft. No. 5 bore went into strong- wash 24ft. Gin. over rails: a nice sample oi [gold was obtained. This is the proper i level of the lead. Main east level— Blocking and truckroading in Nos. 1 and 2 rises. Mr F. M. Rankin, manager of the Northern Hope, reports :—North-west main bottom level—No. 1 rise—South west drive to 14Sft. ; 2ft. of good pay able wash. South-east off same to 52ft.; payable. North-west to 48ft. ; payable. Washed a trial machine of 7 fathoms from these drives for lOoz. lodwt. South-west branch reef drive extended to 786ft. in very hard reef. Top level —Truck reading and panelling as usual in average glound. Yield, 195oz. Sundries for week—iloz. odwt. Ggr."

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WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 December 1914

WATERLOO. . Waterloo Stale school obtained f.:;^t«miiicates oat of 13 presented v, ■ L' ' laminat ions. The following | .successful candidates Phillip &T John <jray. Norman Lennon, Edward Smith, Percy son i?5' ^0l'nai'd Garland, Eva Kobin ?r:s '-alder, and Ella Smith. Be li^If;ab',ve. ^ecil Newey and Emmie wm 03 hiive only to pass in one sub 'j ;t, ,'J their "certificates. Nellie Gladys Martin, and Euphemia ,l!nii obtained qualifying certificates. ^litndly game of cricket was played on Friday, 18th inst., be d ^-torloo State school boys 1^® Beaul'ort school. Waterloo com '•:w mns' Martin being the *tNMiSc?rer w'ta 40. As Beaufort &;'Er?" disposed of for 39, Waterloo ljn» r,,an eas> victory by 100 runs. •5ciV '*'• -,,;:;suP and Mr J. Calder umpires. After the match w^'Ort bovs entertained the visi "'-'•epavi'lion. The I. L-'!> !v:'.nmg place, for which the !v':^^"nls imve t0 thank.the ton shires, was just com Tuu'ri3 ^ late rains, and is now ^tin* oe,...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR, "RIPONSHIRE ADVOCATE." [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 December 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor, " Riponshirb Advooatu." Sir,—We beg, through the medium of your widely-circulated journal, to bring under the notice of the public a particu larly deserving case for assistance which has recently manifested itself in this district. The circumstances are distress ing, and are briefly as follows Some two years ago Mr and Mrs Wjmn and family of three young children emigrated from England to Victoria and settled in thedistrict. Mr Wynn followedhis trade of electrician at Mawallok for some time, and eventually went to Adelaide to work at his calling. During this period a dis ease attacked him in virulent form and he became an inmate of the Adelaide Hospital for some months, undergoing operations. Returning to Beaufort to his wife and family, he was a little later enforced to re-enter the Adelaide Hospi tal, but after a course of treatment, was sent home as incurable, and subsequently died. During the whole of this period his wife had to provide in the best ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 December 1914

READ AN ADVERTISEMENT. "I suffered a good deal with,head aches and tried almost everything without getting relief,"' writes Mr Joseph H. Leef, Whirinaki, N.Z. "I had- read an advertisement on Cham berlain's Tablets and thought they would do me good. I bought a box and can truly say my headaches were relieved -after a ferv doses. Every one to whom I have recommended Chamberlain's Tablets has benefited by their use." Sold by J. R. Woth erspoon and Co.

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WHEN TO KILL PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 January 1915

WHEN TO KILL PIGS. The old rale, "never kill an animal for human consumption that is los ing condition," is worth remembering in connection with any class of stock, and especially in relation to pigs. The Principal of the Hawkesbury College, 'New South Wales (Mr. Potts), says health is a primary con sideration in the selection of pigs for slaughter. The most serious elements that have to be encountered are tu berculosis and swine fever. The for i mer is the most insidious, ami in j some dairying districts it is the more I prevalent, pigs being largely fed on | skim milk that has not been -scalded I or pasteurised. "■ : " 1 " j Even animals that are low in con I dition owing to itpproper or insuffi j cient food, apart from; ill-health, fail i to give a class of flesh which appeals J to the consumer. "Pigs that are suf- j ! fering from any abnormal; condition (or treatment causing feverishness or j a rise of temperature (such as hard j driving or alarm) are not fit to kill, j and any ...

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ORIGIN OF TOBACCO SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 January 1915

ORIGIN OP TOBACCO SMOKING. Jacques Cartier, a sea-dog of St. Malo (the old fortified Breton town , ever famous for its hardy French sai-| lors and corsairs) landed at Gaspe | Bay, on the coast of Canada (then known as "New France"), on July i 24, 1534, and "planted a cross thirty feet high," on which he had carved, the fleur-de-lys, the emblem of French monarchy. _ Cartier gives one of the earliest known descriptions of tobacco smok ing, which pleasant vice was, of ! course, imported into Europe by these eariy Transatlantic vojagers. "The Indians," he tells us, "possess a cer tain herb, which they store up, after drying. They crush it into a sort of powder, and put it at the extremity I of. .a. small tube. Then, placing a i small . live coat thereupon, they breathe in the smoke and fill their bodies, .with it, until it escapes by their mouths and nostrils 'as if going up a chimney." j Honest Jacques, however, does not | appear to have imitated, the redskins I in this singular habit....

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COMPLETE SHORT STORY. THE MIRRORED IMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 January 1915

COMPLETE SHORT STORY. THE MIRRORED IMAGE. & — By Isaac Tetlow, in the - "London Budget." Things had reached a crisis ' with Hubert Harcourt. They had,, been drifting towards that condition for some time past, but now thej had arrived. It was his. landlady, who had made him acquainted with that unj pleasant fact by threatening to dis^ continue her usual ministrations to his bodily comfort unless her six weeks-old bill were settled forthwith. Harcourt, let it explained, was a young man of twenty-five, who had come to London two years previous ly, full of hope and ambition, vow ing never again to set foot in'his na tive village till he had made a name for himself. It was by literature— that seductive art which had lured so many young men and maidens to des pair—that he had hoped to accom plish that wonderful feat. He had worked hard—harder than a galley slave—but somehow Fortune, in the 6hape of editors and publishers, had .refused to smile upon his efforts. As he sat in a secl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 January 1915

j 1W7 yrsi<4 _i ' ; */t7T3 £ :J Li\ 7 __oiZ3 ^ -^ETp i / * \ TM THE BEST IN THE WORLD SUMMER IS HERE- - • j And with it our Fine and Varied Stock of • HOT WEATHER DRAPERIES, There is one way only to nullify the effects of the Summer Sun. Dress according to the Season. Provide for it—Enjo$r it. Y*Tear Light, Comfortable Cloth ing during Summer, and you'll feel Cool, Comfortable, and Buoyant in Spirits. 0 Voiles, Flouncings, Rosebud Crepons, Poplins in great 'Variety, Silk and Muslin Blouses, Embroideries and Laces. White and Tan Boots and Shoes in great Variety. Men's and Boys' Summer Suits, Fancy Neck Wear, Fashioned Shirts, O Silk Shirts, Hats, Boaters, and Panamas. O Suits made to order in the latest Styles at Prices that cannot be equalled O by the large City Firms. A magnificent range of samples to select from. § . '' NEW GOODS ALWAYS ARRIVING. O ' __y {-- ' ■ 8 •■ ■■"' INSPECTION CORDIALLY INYITED. CJ ; . . s i i i 3S> I s s § 0 o PW J SfeJS&-¥>-. . .4&...

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WAR IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 January 1915

WAR ll\S EUROPE. One hundred thousand men are ! needed for Australia's part in the de fence of the Empire. The response so far is only a little over 3(1,000. The " Daily Express" says that General JofFre, in an army order dated 17th December, statesWe have proved that the lieutenant commanding the 7th company of the 112th Bavaria Infantry Regiment, indicated to his men that no prisoners were to be made. All prisoners were to be pat to death. Wounded, with or without arms, were also to be put to death, and that no liv ing man must be left behind us." Gene ral Jotl're adds:—"This proves that | numbers of French prisoners have been shot dead." | The Admiralty announces that . seven seaplanes on Friday, es i eorted by light cruisers, destroy 1 ers and submarines, attacked the ; German warships at Cruxhaven. The aviators and seaplanes with the submarines attacked from the direction of Heligoland. The guns from the Undaunted and iAretheusa cruisers beat off the I German Zeppelins, which c...

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ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 January 1915

ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING. [ You have heard of the man who (buys his ice in winter lime arid his coal in the summer time—such a pur chaser invariably saves money. The principle involved is to buy when the other fellow is most anxious to sell, and to sell when the other fel low is most enger to buy. Those who would take full advan- j tage of market conditions in the buy-1 •ng and selling of household necessities, live stock, machinery, etc., are con stantly on the look-out for opportuni ties presented through the local ad vertising medium. Are you alert to the opportunities j which the advertising columns of the j " Riponshire Advocate" present 1 j

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NOTES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 January 1915

NOTES FROM VARIOUS I SOURCES. • Mary Douglas, an Indian servant', girl, at West-mount, a .suburb of Montreal, lias told the Canadian court that she was out* of a i^ind■ of : girls employed by a man to rob | their employer**. The man got the ! girls situations, and th*n they were | instructed to learn wluu valuables 1 there wore in the house. and to ' leave them about hundy to the thief, j They were also to let the man in. The girl confessed to stealing' sil j ver. and is undor remand while the | police hunt the l\agin. | The Vienna correspondent of the "Petit Parisien" telegraphs the re markable rumour there that the King of • Italy wishes to take the title of Roman Emperor now that Italy has obtained Tripoli from the Turks. The Italian Government is said to be of opinion that the inter national prestige of Italy will be enhanced by the restoration of the Imperial dignity. . . ... Tight skirts are blamed l'or tlve bankruptcy of the Jackson-Mack Manufacturing Company, of New York Cit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 January 1915

RAILWAY TRAMWAY should y©E 11RJ11E3T MR. CHARLES ROCK, of 42 GUden Street, East Bruniwick, 33 years in the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes, on 2/4/12 :— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. •' la December, 1911, 1 was laid op wish pleurisy, so serious the doctor consulted another. For three days MY TEMPERA TURE WAS 104 DEGREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, bat through taking the doctor's advice I live to-day. He advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC for me, as 'there v/as life is that medi cine/ Whea he said, 'life in Clements Tonic/ they were the TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. 1 would have been in oy last resting place ©a!y for that grand medicine. Had my wife paid £40 for the bottle she would have had good value. 1 have seen a lot of testimonials about CLEMENTS TONIC in boohs and papers, bat what I find foolt with is that every write? has utterly failed 2o give a proper value of that medicine. (Signed) CHARLES ROCK." Tills io a. remarkable letter, but theu, CLEMENTS TONIC is a remarkable me...

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THE RISE IN PRICES. TO WHAT IT IS DUE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 January 1915

THE RISE IN PRICES. -T TO WHAT IT IS HUE. The most marked economic jlmo Tr.tncB of the past few years has beec the steady rise in the general level (.f priccs ; the .steady decline in tbt uurcljasin.'T rowc-r of iro:vy. It is in every country the dominant i'actoi iu social yoV.tics. It has brought the reaction against taritTs in Europe, the revolt against the Trusts in America ; it is, the chief cause ol the industrial unrest in ot:r own country. For such a price-movemcnt aficcts fimmediately and adversely the ac tual and the relative economic sta tus of the wage-earning classes. For the employer, the trader, and the capitalist, a period of rising prices tends to he a period oi brisk trade and of high profits. But for the worker, whose money-wage remains .stationary, at is a period of hard ship. As the cost of living increa ses the real value oi his wage de clines, and he finds that, while his employer grows daily richer, he is in effect, growing daily poorer. His dissatisfaction wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 January 1915

are an inspiration. Amongst our new arrivals gj .are manv exclusive in stvle and all alike charming in appear ance. You-.need not-go further'tliau.fi ^ our Store for a Blouse to suit you perfect Jy—we've'so main- and the prices are so pleasing that you'll be just . delighted. Why not come in and have a peep at them—looking U free and buying cheap—with aa equal • welcome in either'case. - £ ' •• .g C. &G. 2! v „ COSTUMES —IN— SPLENDID VARIETY' —I N— s Linen, Pique, Crepe, - Embroidered and Floral Voiles, AT OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES. See our Latest Creations in Ready-to-Wear Millinery» G. H. GOOGLE, The House of-Quality* TV 'PHOISTE, 22. ^S£23C Z3C Commonwealth M*L 36anU of Busi HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This P.r.nk i* open for nil daises ot QENERAL» I3AMIXIWQ BUSIEVJESS POST OFFICE BUILDINGS, Sturt & LycSiarcfl StO., BALLARAT Aiso at Melbourne, Sydney, Nawcaotloi Drokon Hill, Bubho, Canberra, Ade laide, Porth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townovillo and London. Cable remittan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 January 1915

whooping coi'isw. No\er Whooping Cough, for chililron an; "i°ie:i i>enirui!;nlly injnrc<I by 1 lie .uvl'ul straining of the cough. There i- no tUnger whatever from whooping .■■ni-'i wh.'ii i '!i::;ii!wrliiiii's Cough Remedy i- fnvly It should be given :it once, itir.t: i lit- ■!■>■•« fiv'jue illy. Il liquhies tiio tough nniciis. make* ic i:a*y 10 expec i r.iti\ V :o|)< the cough loose anil eounter any ti-inlivn-.y ii.nva.nl pneumonia. s..i!«3 ity J«'. Wolherspoon iV (Jo.

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